Arts at UNCW

CLEVE JONES
The Power You Have To Make A Difference

Synergy Common Reading Keynote Address
Co-sponsored by University College and Association for Campus Entertainment

Monday, November 12, 7 p.m., Burney Center; Overflow seating in Lumina Theater with live video feed

PARTNER PROGRAMS:
AIDS MEMORIAL QUILT PANELS - Nov. 8-15
Warwick Center Lobby Gallery
Opening Reception - Thursday, Nov. 8, 5:30-7PM

Angels in America - Nov. 8-11, 15-18
Presented by the Department of Theatre

Cleve Jones's WebsiteCleve Jones Website

The creator of the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt, and founder of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Cleve Jones has contributed to understanding and hope for those with the disease. His advocacy, which began with his friendship with gay rights activist Harvey Milk, reaches further, focusing on empowering people of all ethnicities and sexual orientations. Cleve Jones is an inspiration, and his talk will inspire you, too, to make a difference.

Interview with Cleve Jones

NPR Radio Interview